Day 1: Arrive DELHI

On arrival, Meet and assist at the Airport by our representative, followed by traditional welcome with Garlanding and tikka. Transfer to the hotel. Check in to the hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight, stay in the hotel.

 Day 2: DELHI   

After breakfast (10 AM) start your Delhi city tour (English speaking guide will Meet you at the hotel lobby). Visit Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Parliament House, India Gate. Evening is free for shopping (optional).Evening, back to the hotel. Overnight, stay in the hotel.

Special Experience: A tour to Chandni Chowk

The favourite daughter of Shahjahan, Jahanara laid the foundation of today Chandni Chowk which is the largest trading centre of North India. Also known as the moonlit square, it is located in the the main street of Old Delhi. Situated opposite the Red Fort, the bazaar has several galis (lanes). Each of these galis represent a speciality of this market, for example the parathawali gali famous for it's parathas. Similarly there is the jewellery lane, textile lane and so on. The market place has historical land marks like- The Sunheri Masjid which stands next to the Kotwali (old police station). The Fatehpur Mosque, is located at the west end of Chandni Chowk and the famous Jumma Masjid is also situated nearby. You are flexible

A holiday at Delhi, India will expose you to innumerable facets of Indian heritage, culture, and tourism. It will be a holiday much beyond just monuments, museums or gardens of the Mughal and British period. For it also offers you an immense wealth of new age tourist attractions to choose from being the topmost tourist destination of India. Visit the world-renowned high-arched memorial of India Gate that hosts the parade of the nation's Republic Day and has inscriptions of all soldiers martyred in the freedom struggle of the nation. Visit the magnificent Red Fort, which is the venue for India's Independence Day celebrations.

 Day 3: DELHI- AGRA (By surface, 203 Kms takes 4 Hrs)

 Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, drive to imperial city of Taj Mahal- Agra. On arrival, meet and assist by our representative who will help you in checking into the hotel. Visit Taj Mahal by Sunset. Evening is at leisure in the hotel.

The entire world loves a lover… This is the story of Arjmad Banu and the love she enthused. Niece of the beautiful Noor Jehan, wife of the Mogul Emperor Jehangir met Prince Khurram, Jehangir’s son, when she was just fourteen years old, in the Red Fort at Agra. Cupid struck the two young royals. They did get married in 1612 but soon after, the Prince rebelled against his father and left Agra. She supported her husband at every step and followed him in his self-imposed exile. Just before Jehangir’s death (1627), father and son reconciled. Prince Khurram was crowned Emperor with the name Shah Jehan (Ruler of the World) and Arjmad Banu was named Mumtaz Mahal (Crown of the Palace). As was her custom, she continued to accompany her husband everywhere, even during his military expeditions. During one such expedition against the rebellious Deccan governor in 1631, Mumtaz Mahal died in childbirth. The 39 years old Emperor was devastated. Unable to bear his loss, he decided to build a memorial for his beloved that was unparalleled. Construction began the very same year. Such was Shah Jehan’s passion to obtain ultimate perfection that 20,000 people worked night and day for 22 years to achieve it.

 Special Experience: India in Motion show

 India in Motion takes the audience on a magical journey through Indian history, culture and sights. Passing through today's India in -or on – a variety of typical vehicles (after all – it's India in motion…), the visitors see the historical events that happened at each site.

You can see Ashoka's empire being built, look through the Gupta dynasty creating its cultural masterpieces, and Raja creating his southern-based kingdom as well, while in the north the Delhi Sultans start to gain power.

You can admire the Mughals building their magnificent palaces, or look at the growing Portuguese and British influence. You can meet Mahatma Gandhi and notice how India developed into what it is today: a breathtaking mix of ancient cultures and brand new high-tech companies, tourists and locals, "Bollywood", sky scrapers and a great cultural and theological heritage. Our "Smart" Motion Seats and other special effects (such as: rain, win, scents, etc.) make this unique educational experience a real “edutainment" experience, combining the best content, with cutting-edge technology. The host of the show is Anupam Kher, and it is multi-lingual (Hindi, English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

 Day 4: AGRA- JAIPUR (235 Kms, 5 Hrs drive)

 Aftre breakfast and then visit Agra Fort Later check out and proceed to Fateh Pur Sikri –The Ghost Town – on the way to Jaipur. After visiting (guide will be meeting you at Fateh Pur Sikri where the driver will introduce you with the guide) Fateh pur Sikri- proceed to Jaipur.Upon arrival, check into the hotel.

Fatehpur Sikri was Akbar's capital for approximately 12 years. Akbar selected Sikri as the seat of his government believing it to be auspicious for himself. He experimented both with architecture and art and built a city expressing his ideals and vision. Today, Fatehpur Sikri is a deserted, phantom city. But the inner citadel is immaculately preserved. The finest monuments within this area are the Diwan-i-Am, Diwan-i-Khas, Panch Mahal, Buland Darwaza and the tomb of Saint Sheikh Salim Chishti, and the Jama Masjid (one of the largest mosques In India).

 Day 5: JAIPUR

Start your day with an excursion to the majestic AMER FORT (10 Kms drive from the city). Take an Elephant ride to get to the top of Amer Hill where Amer Fort is located ( please note that you have to reach early 7 Am to experience Elephant Ride). Afternoon visit City Palace, Observatory, drive passes Wind Palace. Late afternoon visit to Samode ( a village tour) Overnight, stay in the hotel.

At a short distance of 11 Kms. From Jaipur, the Amer Fort complex stands amidst wooded hills overlooking the Delhi-Jaipur highway, with its forbidding ramparts reflected in the still waters of the Maota Lake below. One of the finest examples of Rajput architecture, it was the ancient capital of the Kachhawah rulers. The original palace was built by Raja Man Singh and additions were made later by Sawai Jai Singh.  

Within the palace are the Diwan-e-Aam or the "Hall of Public Audience", the Diwan-e-Khas or the "Hall of Private Audience" and the Sukh Niws where a cool breeze blows across channels of water for the purpose of air-conditioning. Here are the private chambers of the queens with windows having latticed screens so that the ladies could watch the proceedings of the royal court in privacy. There is also the Jai Mandir or the "Temple of Victory", with its famed Sheesh Mahal, the scintillating "Hall of Mirrors".


Set amidst the rugged hills of the Aravallis, Jaipur is the perfect gem in the desert of Rajasthan. Jaipur is as renowned for its marvelous architecture and township as it is for its spirited inhabitants.

This pink city of Jaipur (so called because of the pink colored buildings in the old city) offers myriad colors for you—in the vibrant traditional skirts of the Rajasthan women, in the bright turbans of the men folk, in the long rows of shops selling traditional handicrafts, ornaments and silverware.

One of the most romantic cities on the offer, the olde worlde charm of Jaipur transports you to an exotic period drama. Its 18th century bazaars look as they did 200 years ago. King Sawai Jai Singh II established this fairy-tale city in the 1720s. A warrior, a statesman, mathematician, astronomer, the architect in him reflects itself in the meticulous planning of the city of Jaipur, with its broad open lanes and rectangular road intersections.

A shopper’s paradise, the old city of Jaipur houses a number of markets which are not to be missed, including the Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Tripolia and Chandpol Bazaar. Here, you must buy cotton fabrics, camel skin juttis and ittars.

Jaipur also has a number of landmarks including the Hawa Mahal, the Jantar Mantar, Sheesh Mahal, and several Forts, which speak tales of the bravery of kings and rulers of Rajasthan.

You will experience within Jaipur a unique synthesis of culture and live the memoirs of history. It is simply the ultimate beginning of your exploration of the mystic that is Rajasthan.

Special Experience: Village tour of Samode

 Samode is situated in the royal Indian state of Rajasthan around 42 km from Jaipur, the capital city. Located on way to Shekhawati, this small village is famous for its haveli and fort. Samode is connected to Jaipur through a good network of roads. Samode is an ideal desert getaway. During the day, a camel ride through the Samode village and the surrounding countryside is a good idea. Riding this gentle animal with its rocking gait is the best way to relax on a sunny morning. A real visit to Samode cannot be considered complete without a musical evening of folk dances and songs. Rajasthani bards and musicians with their colorful dresses and unusual musical instruments provide one of the best evenings one can have in India. The instruments include one-stringed fiddles, country violins, bagpipes made out of goatskin, castanets, Jew's harps, and even a one stringed instrument made out of a dried gourd. The villagers sing with plaintive abandon under the faint light of the crystal stars. A musical evening can be arranged at a short notice at the Samode Palace.

Day 6: JAIPUR- PUSHKAR ( 137 Kms, 2.5 Hrs drive)

After breakfast, depart for Pushkar by surface. visit Savitri Temple:A temple dedicated to the first wife of Lord Brahma the Savitri temple is located on the hill behind the Brahma Temple which can be reached by a flight of steps. The temple offers a panoramic view of the lake and the surrounding desertscape. Man Mahal:On the banks if pushkar is the magnificent palace built by Raja Man Singh 1 of Amer now converted into the RTDC Hotel sarovar it offers a comfortable accommodation to the visitors. The Brahma TempleIt is the only temple in India dedicated to Lord braham. The temple is marked by a red spire and over the entrance gateway us a beautiful statue carrier of Lord Brahma. Stay overnight in the hotel.

Day 7: Pushkar--Udaipur (220 Kms, 4 Hrs drive)

After breakfast, drive to Udaipur. On arrival, get transferred to the hotel. Evening visit to Monsoon Palace to get a bird’s eye view of this Lake City and enjoy enchanting Sun Set view on Aravalli Hills. Enjoy Sound & light show at City Palace. Stay over night in the hotel.

The city of Dawn, Udaipur is a lovely land around the azure water lake, hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravallis. A vision in white drenched in romance and beauty, Udaipur is a fascinating blend of sights, sound and experiences and inspiration for the imagination of poets, painters and writers. Its kaleidoscope of fairy-tale palaces, lakes, temples, gardens and narrow lanes strewn with stalls, carry the flavor of a heroic past, epitomizing velour and chivalry. Their reflection in the placid waters of the Lake Pichola is an enticing sight.

Udaipur is the jewel of Mewar-a kingdom ruled by the Sisodia dynasty for 1200 Years. The foundation of the city has an interesting legend associated with it. According to it, Maharana Udai Singh, the founder, was hunting one day when he met holy man meditations on a hill overlooking the Lake Pichola. The hermit blessed the Maharana and advised him to build a palace at this favorable located spot with a fertile valley watered by the stream, a lake, an agreeable altitude and an amphitheatre of low mountains. Maharana followed the advice of the hermit and founded the city in 1559 A.D. overlooking the aquamarine expanses of the Lake Pichola stands the splendid City Palace-a marvel in granite and marble. Of the original eleven gates of the Udaipur City, only five remain. The Suraj Pol the original or Sun Gate on the eastern side is the main entrance to the city.

Exquisite lake palaces of Udaipur shimmering like jewels on Lake Pichola are overwhelming in splendor. Several places of interest around Udaipur, including the majestic, Chittorgarh, the mountain fortress of Kumbhalgarh, beautiful Jain temple of Ranakpur, Ekligji and Nathdwara and the cool retreat of Mt. Abu, make the visit to Udaipur a memorable one.

Day 8: UDAIPUR:  

After breakfast, take a half day city tour. Visit the City. Palace where the royal family still occupies a part but the main portion is now a museum (this would be a guided tour of City Palace). It has a lavish collection of artifacts, intricate miniature paintings and sculptures. Take a stroll around Sahelion-ki-Bari, a beautiful garden with fountains. Admire the Jagdish Temple in the heart of the city dedicated to Lord Jagannath. Enjoy boat ride on Lake Pichola in the evening. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 9: UDAIPUR-Mumbai (Approx 2 Hrs flight)

Morning is at leisure. Afternoon, transfer to the airport to catch the flight to Mumbai. Upon arrival, meet and assist by our representative at the Airport. Later proceed to the hotel. Stay over night in the hotel.

Day 10: MUMBAI

 After breakfast, take a half-day morning excursion to Elephanta Island with temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. In the afternoon, take a city tour of Mumbai and visit the Gateway of India, Flora Fountain and the Hanging Gardens. Drive down Marine Drive; pass Chowpatty Beach and the Parsi 'Towers of Silence'. Evening, assemble at the hotel lobby for farewell dinner. Stay overnight at the hotel 

Mumbai (AKA Bombay) is where the glamour of Bollywood is, cricket on the fields, bhelpuri on the beach at Chowpatty and red double-decker buses are.
An island connected by bridges to the mainland, Mumbai is the industrial center of everything, from textiles to petrochemicals, and is responsible for half of India’s foreign trade.

 What you will explore here is a prosperous 19th century English industrial city on the edge of the Arabian Sea with a brimming nightlife, a vital street life and more markets than you can ever explore.

The main part of the city is concentrated at the Southern claw-shaped end of the island. The Southern peninsula known as Colaba is where you would be attracted, since it houses a considerable number of hotels and restaurants and two of the city’s best landmarks, the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Hotel. Directly north of Colaba, you would find the, area known as Fort, the very place where the old British fort once stood. Moving further west, you would reach Marine Drive, which connects the industrial Center Back Bay to the famous Chowpatty Beach. To the north are the suburbs of Greater Mumbai, where you’ll also find the two airports—Sahar International and the domestic Santa Cruz.

Mumbai—ancient yet modern, spectacularly rich, yet glaringly poor, soaring skyscrapers and sprawling slums—it is truly a melting pot of diverse ethnicity.


Day 11: Depart Mumbai

Whole day is at leisure. On time transfer to the international airport for US bound flight.

Oberoi Maidens
4* Heritage( all Suite hotel)
Trident Agra
4* Deluxe
Trident Jaipur
4* Deluxe
Jagat Palace
Trident Udaipur
4* Deluxe
Trident Udaipur
Price Includes:

10 nights accommodation in  the above mentioned hotels
Welcome dinner at New Delhi 
All breakfasts during your stay in the hotel
Farewell dinner at Mumbai
All arrival/departure by AC deluxe coach for the entire itinerary
All monument entrance charges
Elephant ride at Jaipur during the excursion to Amer Fort 
Sunset boat ride in Udaipur on Lake Pichola
English speaking guide during all sightseeing 
Elephanta Cave Excursion while in Mumbai 
Battery bus cost during their tour to Agra ( from Parking to Taj Mahal gate) 
Domestic flight for Jaipur/Mumbai in Jet Airways
International airfare out of New York
All applicable airport taxes

All applicable hotel taxes
All applicable transport taxes
All applicable driver charges
Traditional garlanding on arrival  
Government service tax of 3.09% 

Price Does not Include:

Tips and gratuities
Lunches and dinners unless specified above
Expenses of personal nature like table drinks, telephone bills, laundry bills etc

Any unforeseen expenses occurred due to the circumstances which are beyond our control ( Govt tax policy, hike in the fuel cost, political disturbances etc)